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Old 02-09-2017, 07:54 AM   #1
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Frozen salmon

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I need some advice please. I was able to obtain a nice big fillet of of fresh salmon ( would feed 6 people) but as I don't need it just now I have frozen it. My question is, after defrosting it could I make gravulax with it? This would obviously mean marinating it for 2-3 days before serving. If not, then I can poach it or cook it another way of course.
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I've made graavlax out of frozen salmon I had caught on Lake Michigan. It was excellent.
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Thanks dawgluver, that helps my decision. Nice to be back by the way.
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Old 02-09-2017, 12:48 PM   #5
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I've made graavlax out of frozen salmon I had caught on Lake Michigan. It was excellent.
There is salmon in Lake Michigan? I never knew that.

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There is salmon in Lake Michigan? I never knew that.



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May have been Huron or Eerie. Can't remember, but it was good!

Hm. DH just clarified. Lake Huron.
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May have been Huron or Eerie. Can't remember, but it was good!
I never new any of the great lakes had salmon. I learn something new everyday.

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